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The other side of Everest

by Matt Dickinson

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Published by Times Books in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Everest, Mount (China and Nepal)
    • Subjects:
    • Dickinson, Matt -- Travel -- Everest, Mount (China and Nepal),
    • Mountaineering expeditions -- Everest, Mount (China and Nepal),
    • Everest, Mount (China and Nepal) -- Description and travel

    • Edition Notes

      Previously published as: The death zone. 1997.

      Statementby Matt Dickinson.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGV199.44.E85 D53 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL386135M
      ISBN 100812931599
      LC Control Number98048850

      Matt Dickinson, a filmmaker and a novice climber, chose that fateful May for his first ascent of Everest, up the treacherous North Face. His story is one of discovery, tragedy, and personal triumph--told, literally, from the other side of the world's tallest peak/5(). Get this from a library! The other side of Everest: climbing the north face through the killer storm. [Matt Dickinson] -- Describes the ill-fated Mt. Everest expedition in the spring of , when a storm hit and killed eight climbers on the northern part of the mountain.

      Author, filmmaker recounts climb in 'The Other Side of Everest' Web posted on: Thursday, PM (CNN) -- Writer and adventure filmmaker Matt Dickinson was .   The other side of Everest: climbing the north face through the killer storm by Dickinson, Matt Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Previously published as: The death zone. Describes the ill-fated Mr. Everest expedition in the spring of , when a storm hit and killed eight climbers on the northern part of Pages:

      "Everest" is a fascinating and gripping adventure. Like other movies about mountain climbing, this one fails to give a satisfactory reason for why these people risk their lives for little more than a great view and bragging rights, but it's clear that there are .   I am reading "The Other Side of Everest" by Matt Dickinson and I quote the following from the author as he is making his final approach to the top of Everest where they leave in the darkness of 2 am morning. "I quickly learned not to trust the headlamp with its tunnel vision effect. It confused the eye by casting shadows of unknown depth.


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Interesting to read what happend on the other side of the Everest during the infamous '96 season. I felt the author was very sincere (to much sharing here and there expecially abiut his marriage problems) and as more of an amateur high mountain climber he achieved something great.

The end of the book was disappointing for me as he said he did /5(77). The Other Side of Everest is a portrait of personal triumph set against the most disastrous storm to ever befall the world mountaineering community.

Anyone who has ever pushed beyond familiar limits of physical and psychological endurance will cherish this book/5(77). The Other Side of Everest: Climbing the North Face Through the Killer Storm by writer and film-maker Matt Dickinson was an interesting, well-written book, and it held my interest throughout, though it was a bit on the short side.

Overall the book was an enjoyable read, however I had a few issues with it/5. The Other Side of Everest offers a different perspective of the tragedies, but it's well told - *and* the book offers a great deal son, in my opinion, did a better job than Krakauer at writing for the non-climbing audience, perhaps because he isn't really a 5/5(5).

The Other Side of Everest is a fascinating tale and a marvelous read. We'll Help Your Grades Soar Start your hour free trial and unlock all the summaries, Q&A, and. The Other Side of Everest Climbing the North Face Through The other side of Everest book Killer Storm (Book): Dickinson, Matt: May began like most other climbing seasons on Mount Everest.

The arrival of spring brought the usual pre-monsoon period, with teams of hopeful mountaineers ready to reach for the roof of the world.

Among the dozens of climbers were Jon Krakauer and. Matt Dickinson writes a first-person account of the Everest disaster from the north in The Other Side of Everest: Climbing the North Face Through the Killer Storm (AKA The Death Zone).The book covers his expedition to Everest to film Brian Blessed's attempt in to climb the classic Mallory route, as well as telling the story of the tragedy as it unfolded in.

The Other Side of Everest is a portrait of personal triumph set against the most disastrous storm to ever befall the world mountaineering community.

Anyone who has ever pushed beyond familiar limits of physical and psychological endurance will cherish this book. Author: Dickinson, Matt. The Other Side of Everest is a portrait of personal triumph set against the most disastrous storm to ever befall the world mountaineering community.

Anyone who has ever pushed beyond familiar limits of physical and psychological endurance will cherish this book. The Other Side of Everest: Climbing the North Face Through the Killer Storm Matt Dickinson, Author, Matt Dickinson, Preface by Crown Publishers $23 (p) ISBN More By and About.

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Into Thin Air: A Personal Account of the Mt. Everest Disaster is a bestselling non-fiction book written by Jon Krakauer. It details Krakauer's experience in the Mount Everest disaster, in which eight climbers were killed and several others were stranded by a er's expedition was led by guide Rob groups were trying to summit on Author: Jon Krakauer.

In The Death Zone Excerpted from The Other Side of Everest, Chapter Nine. The Second Step [click to zoom] In this new first-person narrative, Matt Dickinson, an adventure filmmaker and novice high-altitude mountaineer, describes climbing the North Face of Everest in An interesting read and an interesting counter to 'Into Thin Air'.

Dickinson was with a British team on the north side of Everest on the 10th May when the huge storm which was to leave 8 climbers dead with many others fighting for their lives/5(2).

Everest again, May again, this time on the Tibetan side, in a tedious, self-obsessed account from filmmaker Dickinson.

While Krakauer and company were toiling up the southern, Nepalese side of Everest three years back, Dickinson was part of a commercial climb on the North : Matt Dickinson.

Matt Dickinson’s most popular book is Epic: Stories of Survival from the World's Highest Peaks. Matt Dickinson has 25 books on Goodreads with ratings. Matt Dickinson’s most popular book is Epic: Stories of Survival from the World's Highest Peaks.

The Other Side of Everest: Climbing the North Face Through the Killer Storm by. Matt. May began like most other climbing seasons on Mount Everest. The arrival of spring brought the usual pre-monsoon period, with teams of hopeful mountaineers ready to reach for the roof of the world.

Among the dozens of climbers were Jon Krakauer and Anatoli Boukreev (who would both later write t. The storm's impact on climbers on the North Ridge of Everest, where several climbers also died, was detailed in a first-hand account by British filmmaker and writer Matt Dickinson in his book The Other Side of Everest.

year-old Mark Pfetzer was on the climb and wrote about it in his account, Within Reach: My Everest ion: 8, metres (29, ft) , Ranked 1st.

The Other Side of Everest by Matt Dickinson: While most of the world’s attention was focused on the disaster that occured on the South Face of Everest, Dickinson, a climbing novice and actually a film maker and writer, was making his way up the North Face of the mountain. And his account is no less terrifying, especially when the killer storm.

The Other Side of Everest is a portrait of personal triumph set against the most disastrous storm to ever befall the world mountaineering community.

Anyone who has ever pushed beyond familiar limits of physical and psychological endurance will cherish this : Crown. THE OTHER SIDE OF EVEREST refers to the north face.

This book was beautifully written, very descriptive of the hardships and challenges that face a climber attempting to reach the top of Everest via the North Face.5/5.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(53).Pages can include considerable notes-in pen or highlighter-but the notes cannot obscure the text. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers.

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